Downloadable lesson materials CrowdWish Level: B2/Upper Intermediate and up Skills: Speaking, reading and listening Language: idioms (dream come true, like magic, step in the right direction etc) and wish (including wish + would) ELT Resourceful – Crowdwish Grammar Rules This is a quick, basic grammar review for nouns, verbs, and the sometimes confusing usage of lay versus lie, and rise versus raise. This reference can be used for term papers, grammar class reviews, or simply for anyone confused or curious about the basics of English grammar. Nouns 1. Noun identification 2. Count, Mass, and Collective Nouns 3. Japan profile - Timeline A chronology of key events: 1853 - US fleet forces Japan to open up to foreign influence after over 200 years of self-imposed isolation. 1868 - End of centuries of rule by Shogun military caste, Empire of Japan proclaimed, and country enters period of rapid industrialisation and trading dominance over East Asia.
11 must-see TED-Ed lessons Short animated lessons you’ll love, from atomic structure to the science of stage fright (and how to overcome it). Bite-size snacks of knowledge, TED-Ed Video Lessons are short, free educational videos written by educators and students, then animated by some of the most creative minds in the business. The topics of these addictive little videos range from quantum physics to the art of beatboxing, and once you watch one, you may want to watch 10 more. Know an animator or educator who could make a great TED-Ed Lesson? Nominate them here.
Actors: Listen A Minute.com: English Listening Lesson Being an actor ____________ be great. I really wish I could act. I’d love to have the confidence to act in ____________ of people. Being a member of the audience at the ____________ is great, but acting on stage is better. Introduction to WWII Activities Each version of Storyboard That has a different privacy and security model that is tailored for the expected usage. Free Edition All storyboards are public and can be viewed and copied by anyone. They will also appear in Google search results. Pernilla's English Classroom: Peek of the week I encounter students on a weekly basis who say "I hate reading" or "I just can't focus on a book" ...times are changing - a great deal - and it's a fact that teenagers are becoming more digitally literate, but unfortunately more BOOK illiterate. I find this to be a necessary part of our digital evolution, however I also see it as a tragic part of a lost era where kids today are finding it hard to focus on a book, or anything else, for a longer period of time. I still remember the books that I read as a nerdy teenager, the books that became a part of my daily life, the books that still linger with me because I was sucked into them and could never leave them, books that haunted me, books that taught me a valuable lesson or two, books that made me realize that there was a different, mesmerizing, world outside of my own room, books that I need to recommend to anyone reading this. Peek of the week 18 takes a look at GREAT books:
114 FREE Past Simple vs. Present Perfect Worksheets About Our Past Simple vs. Present Perfect Worksheets In this section, you can find worksheets that combine the past simple and present perfect tenses. Once students learn a new tense, in this case probably the present perfect, review other tenses that might be confused with it so that students can learn the subtleties of each tense that they may not have noticed the first time around. These worksheets can help you conduct such reviews more efficiently and also save you time planning lessons. There are currently 114 worksheets in this section. World War II History: WW2 Timeline for Kids History >> World War 2 for Kids World War II lasted from 1939 to 1945. There were several major events leading up to the war and then during the war. Here is a timeline listing some of the major events: Leading up to the War
The 16 Funniest Youtube Videos For English Learners & Teachers – RealLife English When was the last time you laughed really hard when learning or teaching English? Learning English as a second language (ESL) can be very boring sometimes, but a little comedy can change everything and make it fun AND funny. We have brought together the funniest, most popular, and instructive youtube videos and ESL commercials into one place for the first time. Together, these videos have over a billion youtube views, and now it’s time to spread the gift that keeps on giving: Laughter! These videos are an excellent way to start the class, so if you are a teacher, we created a special PDF of this lesson you can download here (in Portuguese here).
Little Fox - Stories for young learners Subscribe to our channel and see 3 new videos uploaded every day, Mon-Fri: here to watch without ads: [Series Introduction] Adapted from the classic novel by French author Jules Verne, this series introduces readers to Phileas Fogg, an English gentleman.